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Avoid code error while labelling a graph? (Mathematica 10.4. Microsoft)

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NOTE:I don't know if this has been discussed before, so I am posting it here. I am getting Blue screen(Windows stopcode error) in my laptop after doing the following steps. Before I start providing details,I would like to point out that-"try the below mentioned steps with caution". If your pc breaks down, you are responsible :)

  • Create a new notebook file.
  • Enter

    data1 = {{250.`, 0.99989`}, {258.`, 0.891492`}, {264.`, 
       0.949016`}, {271.`, 0.908741`}, {277.`, 0.921835`}, {285.`, 
       0.945144`}, {292.`, 0.94373`}, {300.`, 0.953125`}, {308.`, 
       0.958025`}, {315.`, 0.962605`}, {323.`, 0.96624`}, {336.`, 
       0.977223`}, {341.`, 0.981706`}, {346.`, 0.986143`}, {351.`, 
       0.989835`}, {356.`, 0.985991`}, {362.`, 0.999745`}, {368.`, 
       0.964787`}}
    
  • Then type

    plot = ListLinePlot[data1, PlotTheme -> "Detailed"]
    
  • You'll get a graph with suggestions bar. Now click on labels...

  • Now type Temperature vs. \[Alpha], \[Beta] on the label section, \[Alpha], \[Beta] -> in the left section, Temperature (K) -> in the bottom section. Click the check box bold as shown in the attached picture.
  • Now as soon as you click on the 'italic' box you'll get a blue screen. I managed to create this situation all the three times I followed these steps. I am getting Win32kfull.sys Blue Screen Errors (BSOD). If it helps, I have a HP laptop with AMD A8 processor and a Crucial MX100 256 GB SSD with 4gb ram and running Windows 10 64 bit.
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POSTED BY: Pradyotta Biswal
Answer
7 months ago

I have no problems with Mathematica 10.2 or 11.1 on Windows 10. Perhaps there's a problem with your fonts? Fonts and BSOD are a good match.. Do you have the same issue when you use the below command that's generated by the suggestion bar?

Show[plot, 
 FrameLabel -> {{RawBoxes[
     RowBox[{" ", RowBox[{"\[Alpha]", ",", " ", "\[Beta]"}]}]], 
    None}, {HoldForm[Temperature K], None}}, 
 PlotLabel -> 
  RawBoxes[RowBox[{RowBox[{"Temperature", " ", 
       RowBox[{"vs", ".", " ", "\[Alpha]"}]}], ",", " ", "\[Beta]"}]],
  LabelStyle -> {GrayLevel[0], Bold, Italic}]
POSTED BY: l van Veen
Answer
7 months ago

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